The Liberal Democrats party has unleashed its manifesto, targeting a 2045 net zero target and the removal of restrictions for wind and solar among a host of green policies.
The smart meter roll-out is set to miss targets, new research from Frontier Economics on behalf of Energy UK has found.
As Britain looks all but certain to return to the polls for the third time in just over four years, Liam Stoker looks at what chance net zero and the climate emergency has of cutting through Brexit and finding itself as a key issue for the electorate.
Delivery company DPD has ramped up its electric vehicle ambitions, and called on government and manufacturers to take “urgent” action.
An average of over 4,000 EV charge points and domestic heat pumps will need to be installed per day to reach net zero, a target which will require a predicted £48 billion in network upgrades.
Solar Media's Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe are back for episode three of the Solar Media Podcast, discussing what's necessary for economies to reach net zero status - and, crucially, when that can be reached - while also taking a look at the recent spate of technology partnerships in the power sector. Meanwhile, Andy looks back at what's been a bumper month for energy storage developments worldwide.
The Labour Party has unveiled a report on the fastest pathway to decarbonising by 2030, which would require a ‘vast expansion’ of renewables and result in a net benefit of £800 billion.
Barriers to achieving a net zero economy by 2050 are falling rapidly, however institutional change is necessary for that target to be reached.
Worldwide renewable electricity generation could soar by 50% over the next five years driven by “spectacular” growth in global solar installations, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said.